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Board of Directors
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Chairman of Fashion Farm Foundation

Mayao Ma is a graduate of The London College of Fashion (UK) who returned to his native city of Hong Kong in 2010 to start Fame Glory, a creative production company. Before pursuing his career, he did internships in various entertainment companies and PR firms such as Emperor Entertainment Group (East Asia), Gold Typhoon Taiwan, steadily building  Strong relationships and establishing himself as a key player in the fashion world. In just a few years, he amassed a giant network of A-List connections, gaining fame as a stylist for Asian superstars. His influence in the Hong Kong fashion industry continued to grow and he was offered the position Of Art Director for the 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards Ceremony special. 


Director of Fashion Farm Foundation

Edith Law KONG, JP, is the core founder of the Fashion Farm Foundation. Under Edith’s leadership since setting up FFF, FFF has successfully spearheaded a lot of meaningful programs overseas and in Hong Kong. As an Executive Director at ZTAMPZ Limited, Edith had contributed to the rapid growth of ZTAMPZ to a regional fashion house and successfully built “bread n butter” brand in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and China. Edith has strong experience in multi-labels, retail and fashion industry. Prior to that, she worked as an investment banker in New York, London, and Hong Kong. Edith is also the Council Member of HKTDC and a member of the Advisory Group on Implementation of Fashion Initiatives. Edith received her M.S. in Management Science from Stanford University.


Director of Fashion Farm Foundation

Leo CHAN, MH, is a serial entrepreneur, General Practice Surveyor and interior designer, Leo co-founded an architectural and interior design company Urban Anchor Limited in 2006. In 2010, Leo co-founded a local fashion brand AMENPAPA. Leo is a Board Member of the Hong Kong Entrepreneur Organisation and a Deputy Supervisor for the Woofoo Leaders’ Network. He also serves as a Vice-Chairman of the Create Smart Initiative (CSI) Vetting Committee, a Member of the Advisory Group on Implementation of Fashion Initiatives and a Member of the Police Married Quarters (PMQ) Studio Unit Assessment Panel.


Director of Fashion Farm Foundation

Professor Raymond Au Wai Man, PhD, MH has achieved 40 years of tertiary education training in fashion design. After gaining his MA in Fashion from St. Martin’s School of Art (now the Central Saint Martins of the University of Arts London), his great passion for fashion illustration which he has developed from his earlier fashion training in the UK, and with works exhibited in renowned fairs like Pitti Filati, Italy, has further induced him to gain his Doctorate in Fashion. With strong past experiences and recognition, Professor Raymond has been recognized as one of the visionary leaders in the Fashion & Educational field. And he always stays connected to local and international professionals, maintains a great relationship with insiders in the industry.


Director of Fashion Farm Foundation

Ms. LAM Wai Shan, Vanessa, MH, Executive Director and Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Crocodile Garments Limited (CGL). Ms. Lam holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Scripps College in California, United States of America, and graduated from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles. Ms. Lam has over 17 years of experience in the fashion industry. Prior to joining CGL in March 1998, she worked for two famous London-based design houses, namely Alexander McQueen and Julien MacDonald. Ms. Lam served as a member of the HKTDC Garment Advisory Committee (2012-2016). Ms. Lam is currently a Vice-chairman of the Advisory Board of Yan Chai Hospital and was the chairman of its board of directors (2015-2016). She is also a member of the Guangdong Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.

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